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Eye health is a wealth

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By Malaika Naseer
Our eyes are one of the most important organs in our body. These allow us to see the world around us and experience the beauty of nature. Our eyesight enables us to learn new things, communicate with others, and enjoy various activities. These are  essential for many everyday activities, such as reading, writing, and watching television. Without proper eyesight, these activities would be challenging or even impossible to do. We would not be able to drive, play sports, or enjoy the outdoors. Our quality of life would be greatly diminished.

It’s crucial to look after our eyesight to maintain good health and well-being. This includes getting regular eye exams, eating a healthy diet, and protecting our eyes from harmful sun rays. It’s also important to avoid smoking and limit alcohol consumption, as these habits can have negative effects on our eyesight. We can protect our eyesight by taking breaks from the screen every 20 minutes, adjusting the brightness of the screen, and keeping the screen at least an arm’s length away. If we experience any changes in our vision, such as blurriness or difficulty seeing at night, it’s essential to seek medical attention immediately.

Early detection and treatment of eye problems can help prevent further damage to our eyesight

In conclusion, our eyesight is a vital part of our overall health and well-being. It allows us to experience the world in a unique way and enjoy all that life has to offer. By taking care of our eyes and seeking medical attention when needed, we can ensure that we continue to see clearly and enjoy life to the fullest.

The writer is the student of Department of Journalism at Punjab University Lahore and she can be contacted at: [email protected]

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